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Sutton natural park

Date of the hike:    Saturday 21 September 2013

Location:                Sutton

$ Cost:                    0

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Sutton Natural Environment Park 

Leader: Edith Courchesneassisted by Carole Lalonde and Alain Michel 

Distance : approx. 7 km

Level of Difficulty : Intermediate + / difficult




On Saturday, September 21, join the Ramblers to discover the trails of  Sutton Natural Environment Park.
 

This is a day hike for intermediate level hikers only, as many sections are difficult. The uneven terrain can be a challenge.  This event is not recommended for beginner hikers unless you are in good physical condition (cardio).

We will start from the Welcome Center,  Alt 520,  located at Chemin Réal at 10 a.m..  From there, we will hike approximately 7 km to Round Top, the highest point of the massif. From there the view is breathtaking. Change in elevation is 568 m.

Hiking poles and boots are highly recommended. 

Upon our return, if we still have some energy, we may visit the beautiful  Pékan  Falls located near the parking lot.

 
www.parcsutton.com                                                          

Park phone number: 450-538-4085  
 
 
Directions: Take Highway 10E towards Sherbrooke, take exit 74  Rte Pierre-Laporte towards Bromont/Cowansville/Granby, turn left on route Pierre Laporte (follow the signs  for Cowansville/Bromont), continue on Boulevard Pierre Laporte/QC-241S, turn left on Rue Principale/QC-241S, then left on Boulevard Jean Jacques Bertrand/QC-104 E/QC-139S (signs for Québec 241/Québec 139S), continue to  QC-104E/QC-139S, turn right on Chemin West Brome/QC-139S, continue to  QC-139S, turn left on Rue Maple, continue on Chemin Maple, veer left  onto  Chemin Bernier, and then left onto  Chemin Réal, then  go straight on Chemin Réal.

https://maps.google.ca/maps?saddr=Autoroute+10+E,+sortie+109&daddr=Chemin+R%C3%A9al,+Sutton&hl=fr&ie=UTF8&sll=45.100668,-72.553432&sspn=0.012238,0.027874&geocode=Fb_EswIdZqGq-ymVXD0tO9DJTDFx-wPIfZCABw%3BFXwusAIdKOys-ylJnDf6TRm2TDFOlbPuDaL5kw&t=h&mra=ls&z=11

We will meet on the  the Visitor's centre Alt.520  parking lot at 10 a.m.  You will have to pay the park entrance fee ($5 per person)

Carpooling:

Departure at 7:45 a.m. Rendezvous at one of the two locations at 7:30 a.m.:

Bring your lunch and water. Dress in layers according to the weather forecast. This event will be cancelled if heavy rain is expected.  

For more info: Edith (cell) 514-880-0201

Members and guest should have their ID card at each hike. The membership fees can be paid by cheque or with Paypal.

N.B. Guests are welcome and members are encouraged to invite interested individuals who can participate in our sanctioned activities once for free. Guests must register at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. After one free event, returning guests will be invited to join the Ramblers Association and pay the annual membership fee. Those people who, after using their free pass want to participate but not join will be obliged to pay $10 per outing.

All persons who participate in a Ramblers Club activity acknowledge having read, understood and accepted the Club’s policies and waiver, as posted on the website at www.lesrara.ca, and agree to abide by them.

NOTICE: Ramblers Association hikes are held rain or shine and will only be cancelled in the case of extreme weather conditions, such as an ice storm or thunderstorms. If a hike is cancelled for these reasons an email will be sent to all members and other people on our mailing list one (1) hour before the event is due to start. This cancellation notice will also appear on our website.

 

sign no animals  Please take note that pets are not allowed on hikes.

Members should have their card at each hike. The membership fees have to be paid by check or by Interac.

N.B. Guests are welcome and members are encouraged to invite interested individuals who can participate in our sanctioned activities once for free. Guests must register at invite-guest@lesrara.ca. After one free event, returning guests will be invited to join the Ramblers Association and pay the annual membership fee. Those people who, after using their free pass want to participate but not join will be obliged to pay $10 per outing.

All persons who participate in a Ramblers Club activity acknowledge having read, understood and accepted theClub’s policies and waiver, as posted on the website at www.lesrara.ca, and agree to abide by them.

NOTICE: Ramblers Association hikes are held rain or shine and will only be cancelled in the case of extreme weather conditions, such as an ice storm or thunderstorms. If a hike is cancelled for these reasons an email will be sent to all members and other people on our mailing list one (1) hour before the event is due to start. This cancellation notice will also appear on our website.

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